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  • The justice system in Nevada relies upon the impartiality of judges and jurors to make important decisions every day. They are expected to apply facts to the law when determining guilt or innocence and what sort of penalty is appropriate, if any. When someone interferes with this impartial process by offering money or some other kind of reward for a certain outcome, they may be guilty of bribery. By the same token, the person who accepts such a reward would also be guilty under Nevada law. Unfortunately, sometimes innocent people are accused of offering or accepting a bribe. If this has happened to you, call the Las Vegas criminal defense team at Potter Law Offices. Nevada state law uses NRS

    Mar 07,

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